German telecoms body calls for far-reaching changes to iGaming legislation

By Gaming Intelligence Germany’s association of telecommunications and media businesses (DVTM) has called on the country’s State Prime Ministers to continue work on a revised State Treaty on Gambling by developing a practical framework for the oversight of iGaming. The DVTM says it welcomes the decision to amend the State Treaty but believes that more needs […]

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Justin Franssen will be speaking at European Online Gaming Froum on 6th February. Hear insight, analysis, discussion and solutions for pre-empting and dealing with the ongoing compliance demands and the potential risk of falling on the wrong side of the authorities.

Join him and benefit from a 15% conference discount when quoting the discount code P15-999-SPK17 at the time of registration. 

See the full agenda and speaker faculty at https://www.c5-online.com/EuropeanGaming

German telecoms body calls for far-reaching changes to iGaming legislation

November 28, 2016 News & Reports
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By Gaming Intelligence

Germany’s association of telecommunications and media businesses (DVTM) has called on the country’s State Prime Ministers to continue work on a revised State Treaty on Gambling by developing a practical framework for the oversight of iGaming.

The DVTM says it welcomes the decision to amend the State Treaty but believes that more needs to be done to ensure a smooth roll-out of new legislation. … Continue Reading

Hesse offers operators new route into German sports betting market

September 6, 2016 News & Reports
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By Gaming Intelligence

Having served as the responsible authority for Germany’s failed sports betting licensing process for the past four years, the Hessian Ministry of the Interior and Sport (HMDIS) has opened its own route for sports betting operators to launch their services. … Continue Reading

Follow a course on the Regulation of Cross-Border Online Gambling?

August 5, 2016 News & Reports
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The Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary University of London runs programmes, including a LLM, in Computer and Communications Law by distance learning. For the autumn term of 2016/2017 Dr Alan Littler will convene a course on the Regulation of Cross-Border Online Gambling. Individual courses from the programme can be taken on an ad hoc basis.

For further information see the latest post at tinyurl.com/hfftzg5 or on the website of the university

Latest German court ruling offers protection to online gamblers

August 1, 2016 News & Reports
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By Gaming Intelligence

Germany’s controversial State Treaty on Gambling has suffered yet another blow after a court ruled that authorities may not prosecute players for gambling on unlicensed sites.

Last week’s decision overturns the original ruling by the Munich Regional Criminal Court, which had said that Section 285 of the German Criminal Code (Strafgesetzbuch) could be interpreted to mean that no individual may be involved in illegal public gambling.This was seen to set a precedent under which online casino and poker players could be prosecuted, as the State Treaty prohibits these activities. … Continue Reading

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